The Effect Crowdfunding Has on Venerable Nonprofits Raises Concern
THE ads ran for years. The global charity Save the Children asked for a monthly donation, and in return, a few times a year the donors received a photo and handwritten note or drawing from children in impoverished places like Haiti.
Almost half a century after Cesar Chavez’s first strike against grape growers in California in 1965, the legendary farm labor leader is about to enter the a celebrity walk of fame he never consciously sought. Call 2014 the Year of Cesar Chavez – and for good reason.
Obama will award Medal of Honor to 24 overlooked Army veterans
"The United States Army is proud of these soldiers and glad to see their professionalism, service and sacrifice being recognized again -- in full view of a new generation," an Army spokeswoman said in a statement. Of the 24 awards, eight will be awarded to veterans who fought in the Vietnam War, nine to veterans from the Korean War and seven to veterans who served in World War II.
Taming Turnover: Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining Nonprofit Employees
People make organizations work. The right people make them work well. Nonprofit organizations often rely on their employees' commitment to a common good for their success and sustainability. But supporting, nurturing, and sustaining that commitment in a sector where burnout and high turnover rates are all too common can be a challenge for even the best-performing organization. What's a nonprofit to do?
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In 2006, Presidential Medal of Freedom Winner and United Farm Workers Co-Founder Dolores Huerta visited Tucson High School in Arizona and delivered a speech. As part of her speech, she stated "Republicans Hate Latinos." The statement was used in 2010 by Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne and other Arizona Politicians to justify the passage of House Bill 2281-The Ethnic Studies Ban....More
JVS Chicago Career Connections for Professionals presents -- "Non-Profit Industry -- A Career Option for Corporate Professionals." Tiffany Tuckett, HR Recruiter/Staffing John G. Shedd Aquarium talks about working at the Shedd, what they look for in new recruits and the particular culture at the Shedd. She also discusses the culture shock that many people experience moving from a for-profit environment to a non-profit one and how to prepare for an interview in the non-profit sector. ...
Outlawing Shakespeare: The Battle for the Tucson Mind is a documentary that focuses on the elimination of the Mexican American Studies program within the Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) in Arizona. Under a federal de-segregation decree, Mexican American Studies was created and was successful at improving academic achievement for Latino students in Tucson until earlier in 2012 when it was shut down by the TUSD School Board.